Just about a year ago, hopeful electronics companies were forecasting semiconductor supply constraints would ease in the second half of 2022
Electronic component prices are on the rise, with one chipmaker increasing prices between 5 percent and 40 percent in the past quarter
Investments in technology have skyrocketed as companies improve their ability to respond to external events.
Supplies remain tight as tech manufacturers are relying “more and more” on the broker market
Businesses are accelerating their activity in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) at a time when gender diversity was hard hit from the Covid-19 pandemic. The global supply chain is feeling the effect. “For the female workforce in global supply chains, the pandemic has caused multi-faceted issues that undermine women’s economic participation and wellbeing and expose…
The semiconductor shortage is causing pain to manufacturers that can’t find enough chips, but it’s been a boon to the global IC industry
The semiconductor supply chain squeeze has been tough on OEM customers – tougher on some than others
SoM manufacturer Variscite as increased its agility though a 25 percent expansion of its in-house production capabilities.
The global component shortage is not only extending order fulfillment and lead times, but also changing the way engineers design, according to the inaugural Avnet Insights survey on industry and market trends. A key finding indicates that design engineers are looking at new ways to get their products to market in the midst of chip shortages, resulting…
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